Radio Causeway: Large Hadron Collider researcher, Puneeth Kalavase - Dec 28, 2010
, Radio Causeway
, Puneeth Kalavase
, Large Hadron Collider
, Pav Aulakh
, Tim Grigsby
Puneeth Kalavase, physics researcher at UC Santa Barbara came on Radio Causeway to discuss his current research at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the elusive Higgs Boson, and Dark Matter.
The Large Hadron Collider is operated by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (Cern), based in Geneva. The LHC is a giant accelerator machine housed in a 27km-long (17 miles) tunnel under the French-Swiss border. Two beams of proton particles are fired around the giant subterranean "ring" and smashed together at crossing points located around the tunnel. Giant experiments are located at these crossing points to look for new particles in the sub-atomic wreckage of the collisions.
(BBC News - 23 July 2010)
Plus the Mullet's Strange News and Yeah! Free Music!
This week's Yeah! Free Music! pick of the week is Greenland, off the album, Lazy from Ukraine based, Gosprom.
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